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by Paul on 03/11/07 at 09:33 AM ET
from Ed Willis of the Vancouver Province,
Unlike others who pursued his line of work, Craig Coxe was never resentful or, for that matter, conflicted about what was expected of him.
Fighting gave him a chance to play in the NHL. It earned him the respect of his peers. It afforded him a certain notoriety.
Was there a downside? Well, Coxe says his one fear was being embarrassed in front of 15,000 people. But he’ll also tell you he volunteered for the gig, he wasn’t conscripted, and his only regret is that his ride didn’t last long enough.
Also from the Vancouver Province,
Our panelists agree, with one dissenter, that Bob Probert is the meanest, toughest, best fighter of all time in the NHL. And if he’s tougher than Dave Brown, that’s saying something.
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